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Tbird
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posted 09-16-2003 09:09 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Tbird   Click Here to Email Tbird     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
CSI electric water pump with backing plate and hose adapter, used, $250

Victor 460 for Dominator carb, drilled for N2O, used, $250

Blue Thunder dual plane intake for Dominator similar to Sealth but 3/4" shorter, no cracks and not port matched, used a few months and I was the original purchaser at $350, $250

New pushrods for FRRP's Super CJ aluminum heads, both intake and exhaust, $75

Tilton super starter, will fit FE also, used with new spare drive, $225

9" N case, small bearing D0OW, $225
9" N case, big bearing C4AW, no grinding around pinion support bearing, $250

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jsracingbbf
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posted 09-20-2003 12:00 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jsracingbbf   Click Here to Email jsracingbbf     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
DAMMIT BOY LOL now that I've bought all that stuff you up and want to sell it! I'll help get the word out.

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JS
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mustang68mustangs
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posted 09-20-2003 10:01 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mustang68mustangs   Click Here to Email mustang68mustangs     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
That is a good deal on the pump.I dont know if this would be good for a mainly street car though.What do you guys think? Do you still run a thermostat.
Also can you tell me what the pump measures from the mounting flange to the front of it.I dont have alot of room since this is in a 68 mustang.
Bob

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jsracingbbf
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posted 09-21-2003 08:58 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jsracingbbf   Click Here to Email jsracingbbf     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'll let T-bird get this one since it's his pump. I don't know if you can run a CSI on the street or not. I wouldn't see why not, but I'm no expert.
Maybe post this question in the racing forum.
JS

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Tbird
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posted 09-22-2003 08:08 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Tbird   Click Here to Email Tbird     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Actually the electric water pump moves the water faster than reduced diameter pulleys for idling or street. I removed the guts to the thermostat since there is no provision for a thermostat by-pass hose on most electric pumps. This allows the water to circulate at all times.

The pump is 6.25" plus the 1/2" plate but still makes it shorter than the stock water pump.

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